Study in France without IELTS
To Study in France is a dream to many international students. The top ranked Universities in France make it one of the leading Study Abroad destination not only in EU but also in the whole world. Many students face hurdles of Language Proficiency Tests and are demotivated with the idea of giving IELTS / TOEFL tests. What if we say you can have your further education in France without IELTS? Yes, it is very possible in many private and public Universities in France and not complex at all. Here is the complete guide to study in France without IELTS:
Step 1: Apply for College / Universities in France:
Research and shortlist the courses and Universities you want to apply. You can check University rankings in France, and Eligibility Requirements on the University website.
Go through all the relative Universities and choose what is best for you academically and career-wise. You need to apply online for the University or colleges in France you have selected. Your selection is confirmed once you get a confirmation letter.
However, there are video interviews taken before that, to assess the English Language Proficiency of the candidate, it is preferred by the Universities that the previous education you have, i.e. Bachelor’s Degree if applying for Masters, was taught in English. Here is List of Universities in France without IELTS:
Top Universities in France without IELTS:
Step 2: Skype / Video Interviews:
Once your profile is shortlisted, you are interviewed on Skype, or any video Interview. It is to know your eagerness to get accepted at the Universities, and to gauge your English Language abilities to comprehend spoken English.
Step 3: Tuition Fees
If you clear your Skype or Video Interview, you will get a confirmation letter or letter of acceptance from the university you have applied to. It is a confirmation that you have been accepted for the program you were interested in. the next step is to pay for your tuition fees for the first year of your program.
Step 4: Campus France Application
The next step is to register on “Campus France” website. You will have to appear for an interview to obtain an NOC (No objection Certificate). For that, you will require following documents:
- A Valid Passport
- Two Photographs
- Letter of admission / confirmation from the University
- Proof of Monetary Funds
- Proof of Accommodation
- Academic Transcripts
- Healthcare Cover
- Campus France Registration Fee Demand Draft
Step 5: Apply for Student Visa in France
Once you have your No Objection Certificate, it is time to apply for student visa at VFS France. You will again need some documentation and after booking an appointment, you need to submit your file. You will need your biometrics done, a scanned photograph and fingerprints.
Once both file submission and biometrics is done, you will have to wait for 10-15 working days for the visa. It is advisable to start visa process three weeks before you fly for France.